The shortage of components also affected the production of OLED panels

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As a result of the combination of several factors, including increased demand for electronic products, the trade war between the US and China, weather disasters, labor shortages and power supply problems in China, as well as the actions of some representatives of the supply chain, the world has recently been suffering from a serious shortage of semiconductor components. …

The shortage of components also affected the production of OLED panels

According to the source, the shortage has also affected the production of OLED displays. Some manufacturers can no longer supply these displays because they cannot procure enough driver chips.

As a result, the lead time for some OLED displays exceeds 52 weeks, which means that customers will have to wait more than a year.

Of course, not all manufacturers are in the same conditions, because they use chips from different manufacturers. In addition, some of them have ordered a large number of microcircuits in advance, so for now they are keeping up with the demand.

The shortage could continue to be felt in 2022 and even 2023, according to a source citing estimates from manufacturers themselves.

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